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What If Arming Syrian Proxies Doesn’t Work?

Christopher A. Preble Security, Middle East Why the Wall Street Journal's Daniel Heninger Is Wrong on Syria A new poll finds that 55 percent of registered voters want soldiers in Iraq and Syria to fight ISIS while 36 percent are opposed. Support is strongest among Republicans (71 percent vs. 44 percent for Democrats, and 52 percent for Independents) and self-described Tea Party supporters (74 percent vs.
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